Investing in the Health of Southern Community
The Memorial Health System Foundation was created to support the ever-increasing need for health care in our community. Memorial provides more charitable care than any other health organization in southern Colorado. Whether it is a soldier, a child or someone without insurance, people have access to the care they need.
Please consider supporting this life-saving, and life-changing, hospital by donating to the Memorial Health System Foundation. Your donation directly funds programs and facilities that support the health and wellbeing of your family, friends and neighbors.
Here's How You Can Help Now
Click here to Donate Online Now
How Your Money Helps
While your donation will benefit the entire health system, support is commonly needed and provided for:
• Memorial Hospital for Children
• Memorial Hospital North
• Medical services to include heart and vascular care, cancer care (including integrative therapies), emergency and trauma care, women's/maternal care, infant care, pediatric care and rehabilitation
• Wellness and community outreach
• Chronic disease managementWe are also happy to designate your entire donation toward a specific program. Just let us know your preference.
How to Donate
As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, Memorial Health System Foundation provides a number of convenient ways for you to make a tax-deductible donation. You may give:
• Online Click here to Donate Online Now
• By mail
• By telephone - 719-365-GIVE (4483)
• Through planned giving including: bequests, life-income gifts (trusts and annuities), gifts of life insurance, real estate and retirement plans. Please call Foundation Executive Director Cary Blanchette for more information at 719-365-1480
• Corporate gifts
• By supporting fundraising events
Fundraising Event Registration
For your convenience, you can register for Memorial Health System Foundation Events online.
How to Contact Us and Make a Contribution
Please consider making your donation now. If you have questions about any of our programs, please contact us:
Memorial Health System Foundation
1519 E. Boulder St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
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